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Coverage of MASSIVE Protests in Australia – Clashes With Police in Sydney & Melbourne


Australians have had enough!

Faced with the threat of fines and arrests for protesting in the streets, thousands upon thousands of Aussies marched anyway.

With nothing left to lose, Australian citizens are fighting to end the terror inflicted upon them by their tyrannical regime.

Australian police forces unleashed their arsenal on the citizens they’re supposed to protect.

Instead of protecting the people, they’re violently propping up a medical dictatorship.

Aussies are finally saying no more!

Widespread clashes and arrests took place in Sydney and Melbourne on Saturday.

However, I don’t expect to see the resistance dwindle.

This country appears to have hit its breaking point.

Check out the footage:

Don’t let the mainstream media get away with saying it’s only a few thousand.

Footage from social media suggests tens of thousands, maybe even hundreds of thousands across Australia.

During the protests, police brutalized citizens with rubber bullets and pepper spray.

They didn’t mind using pepper spray on children.

Or strangling citizens in chokeholds.

Australian police made dozens of arrests during the demonstrations:

Some footage showed police officers insulting the crowd and instigating violence.

While outlets like Rebel News & Caldron Pool continue to report on the atrocities of the Australian regime, the mainstream media continues to smear anti-lockdown protestors.

They label them as violent buffoons who won’t cooperate to ‘fight the virus.’

Rebel News reported on today’s events:

Freedom rallies took place across Australia this weekend, despite police threatening heavy fines and jail sentences for organisers and attendees.

Around 20,000 gathered to peacefully protest in Brisbane and has taken a route twice as long as the Freedom Rally in July.

Beginning at the Botanical Gardens, protesters walked alongside Parliament House and then down into the retail heart of Brisbane, flooding Queen Street Mall.

Police closed the main streets and allowed the protest to move along unimpeded. They maintained communication with protesters and their organisers throughout with no incidents of violence reported.


The situation has turned violent in parts of the Melbourne protest, with reports that police have fired rubber bullets into the crowd.

Thousands came out to march for two and a half hours until police broke the group apart and started hunting down stragglers. Tear gas and pepper spray was deployed against both the media and protestors, including Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini.

The Freedom Day protest is part of a global movement to free nations from the draconian health orders crippling economies and dismantling established human rights requirements.

Australian premiers and their corresponding police forces have denied permission for the protest. Prominent figures from the last rally have been warned off attending today’s event by police visits during the week.

Dozens of Sydney protestors are currently being arrested in Victoria Park, Glebe as part of a NSW Police operation.

1,500 police and special units have flooded into the Sydney CBD, blocking major roads and train stations.

Ride-share companies and taxi services have been told not to bring anyone into the city between 9am – 3pm unless they can prove that they are an essential worker. Fines for companies who fail to comply are around half a million dollars.

Trains have been instructed not to stop at Sydney’s major stations including Wynyard, Town Hall, Redfern, Martin Place, Circular Quay, St James, and Museum – essentially cutting off service to the city.

Infowars also weighed in:

Heated protests erupted in Sydney and Melbourne as massive crowds took to the streets to decry ongoing lockdown measures, seeing clashes with Australian police, who responded with pepper spray, roadblocks and a string of arrests.

The demonstrations broke out on Saturday afternoon in the two major cities, with groups estimated in the hundreds protesting coronavirus lockdowns and curfew orders, chanting slogans and hoisting signs against the country’s Covid regime.

Footage making the rounds online showed crowds making their way through Melbourne, at some points clashing with a heavy police presence deployed to block the march. Pepper spray was unleashed on the demonstrators in response.

A number of arrests were also filmed in Sydney, where one man was heard screaming “why are you arresting me?” as he was hauled away by officers.

Ahead of the marches, police declared a zero-tolerance policy for any protest in Sydney, with the New South Wales deputy police commissioner Mal Lanyon saying some 1,400 officers would be deployed for that purpose. Lanyon insisted “This is not about stopping free speech, this is about stopping the spread of the virus,” while the state’s police minister David Elliott warned protesters would face “the full force of the NSW police.”

In addition to the large police deployment, authorities also ordered rideshare services not to carry passengers into Sydney’s Central Business District, while trains will not make stops at some stations across the city, according to local reports. Police roadblocks were also seen in Sydney, an effort to close off major streets to protest marches.

The demos come soon after officials in New South Wales announced an extended Covid lockdown on Friday, set to put nearly half of Sydney’s 5 million residents under a nightly curfew until mid-September. A similar order is already in place in Melbourne, meaning more than a quarter of Australia’s population will remain under lockdown restrictions, which require residents to stay at home with a few exceptions.


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